Rolling out the big guns
There are a number of legal challenges to the government's imposition of the Lisbon Treaty on the British people without a referendum and against the will of most of us. The most likely challenge to succeed is the Judicial Review granted to Stuart Wheeler. His latest update -
The government appears to be rattled. Not content with having the leading treasury counsel, Philip Sales QC, who argued the government case at the April hearing, they have appointed Jonathan Sumption QC to lead him at the judicial review, which will be held on 9 and 10 June. Jonathan Sumpton is one of the most expensive QCs in practice. . .
In addition, the Speaker of the House of Commons, Michael Martin, has applied to intervene in the case on the government's behalf, to make submissions about Parliamentary privilege and the Bill of Rights 1689.
Would that the government would pay attention to the Bill of Rights 1689, which emphatically states That no foreign prince, person, prelate, state, or potentate hath, or ought to have, any jurisdiction, power, superiority, pre-eminence, or authority, ecclesiastical or spiritual, within this realm. That throws their whole EU treaty, which will give the EU jurisdiction, power, superiority, and authority in Britain, into a cocked hat.
So the big guns are being rolled out. Stuart Wheeler needs help. We mailed him a cheque yesterday. You can reach him here.